Administrative Service Sample Clauses

Administrative Service. Administrative Service means the performance of services or functions, other than the direct delivery of Covered Services, necessary for the management of, the delivery of, and payment for Covered Services, including but not limited to network utilization, clinical or quality management, service authorization, claims processing, management information systems operation, reporting, and infrastructure development for, preparation of, and delivery of, all required Deliverables under the Contract.
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Administrative Service. This Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace Policy will be administered by the Chesapeake Human Resources Department Drug Policy Administrator, hereinafter referred to as the “Drug Policy Administrator”. Drug tests and results and the drug testing program will be interpreted, evaluated and monitored by a Medical Review Officer that has been certified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Administrative Service. A faculty member who is tenured in the Law School before accepting a full-time administrative position in the University shall continue to hold tenure and the same or higher rank while in that position. If a faculty member was not tenured in the University at the time of accepting a full-time administrative position, the time spent in administration is not normally considered a part of the probationary period. In those cases in which full-time administrators are considered for promotion in rank or tenure, the quality and length of administrative service should be taken into account together with all academic achievement. A non-tenured Law School faculty member in a full-time administrative position at the University shall be entitled to a minimum one year’s appointment in the Law School upon completion of the administrative duties, unless the member has been dismissed.
Administrative Service. For a period of up to six (6) months following the Effective Date, Service Providers shall assign the Dedicated Personnel to provide Administrative Services to the Company, at Service Providers' actual cost of providing such Services including, but not limited to, an allocation of general and administrative costs and expenses, employee and employee benefit costs and expenses, and any out-of-pocket cost and expenses. If the Company hires any of the Dedicated Personnel, the Service Providers shall have no further obligation to provide the Administrative Services that were being performed by such Dedicated Personnel. The Company shall have the option, by providing at least thirty (30) days' prior written notice to Service Providers, to cease receiving Administrative Services from any Dedicated Personnel.
Administrative Service. Administrative services to Contract owners and participants shall be the responsibility of the Company and shall not be the responsibility of the Trust or PFD. The Company will provide properly registered and licensed personnel, as necessary, and any systems needed for all Contract owners servicing and support - for both fund and annuity and life insurance information and questions, including: § Communicate all purchase, withdrawal, and exchange orders it receives from its customers to PFD; § Respond to Contract owner and participant inquires; § Delivery of both Trust and Contract prospectuses as required under applicable law; § Entry of initial and subsequent orders; § Transfer of cash to Portfolios; § Entry of transfers between Portfolios; § Portfolio balance and allocation inquires; and § Mail Trust proxies.

Related to Administrative Service

  • Administrative Services In addition to the portfolio management services specified above in section 2, you shall furnish at your expense for the use of the Fund such office space and facilities in the United States as the Fund may require for its reasonable needs, and you (or one or more of your affiliates designated by you) shall render to the Trust administrative services on behalf of the Fund necessary for operating as an open end investment company and not provided by persons not parties to this Agreement including, but not limited to, preparing reports to and meeting materials for the Trust's Board of Trustees and reports and notices to Fund shareholders; supervising, negotiating contractual arrangements with, to the extent appropriate, and monitoring the performance of, accounting agents, custodians, depositories, transfer agents and pricing agents, accountants, attorneys, printers, underwriters, brokers and dealers, insurers and other persons in any capacity deemed to be necessary or desirable to Fund operations; preparing and making filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") and other regulatory and self-regulatory organizations, including, but not limited to, preliminary and definitive proxy materials, post-effective amendments to the Registration Statement, semi-annual reports on Form N-SAR and notices pursuant to Rule 24f-2 under the 1940 Act; overseeing the tabulation of proxies by the Fund's transfer agent; assisting in the preparation and filing of the Fund's federal, state and local tax returns; preparing and filing the Fund's federal excise tax return pursuant to Section 4982 of the Code; providing assistance with investor and public relations matters; monitoring the valuation of portfolio securities and the calculation of net asset value; monitoring the registration of Shares of the Fund under applicable federal and state securities laws; maintaining or causing to be maintained for the Fund all books, records and reports and any other information required under the 1940 Act, to the extent that such books, records and reports and other information are not maintained by the Fund's custodian or other agents of the Fund; assisting in establishing the accounting policies of the Fund; assisting in the resolution of accounting issues that may arise with respect to the Fund's operations and consulting with the Fund's independent accountants, legal counsel and the Fund's other agents as necessary in connection therewith; establishing and monitoring the Fund's operating expense budgets; reviewing the Fund's bills; processing the payment of bills that have been approved by an authorized person; assisting the Fund in determining the amount of dividends and distributions available to be paid by the Fund to its shareholders, preparing and arranging for the printing of dividend notices to shareholders, and providing the transfer and dividend paying agent, the custodian, and the accounting agent with such information as is required for such parties to effect the payment of dividends and distributions; and otherwise assisting the Trust as it may reasonably request in the conduct of the Fund's business, subject to the direction and control of the Trust's Board of Trustees. Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to shift to you or to diminish the obligations of any agent of the Fund or any other person not a party to this Agreement which is obligated to provide services to the Fund.

  • OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 1. Coordinate the layout, printing and electronic delivery of publicly disseminated prospectuses and shareholder reports, make recommendations to improve their effectiveness or reduce expenses.

  • Administrative Services Agreement The Administrative Services Agreement has been duly authorized, executed and delivered by the Company and is a valid and binding agreement of the Company, enforceable against the Company in accordance with its terms except as the enforceability thereof may be limited by bankruptcy, insolvency, or similar laws affecting creditors’ rights generally from time to time in effect and by equitable principles of general applicability.

  • Stock Plan Administration Service Provider The Company transfers the Optionee's Personal Information to Fidelity Stock Plan Services LLC, an independent service provider based in the United States, which assists the Company with the implementation, administration and management of the Plan (the “Stock Plan Administrator”). In the future, the Company may select a different Stock Plan Administrator and share the Optionee's Personal Information with another company that serves in a similar manner. The Stock Plan Administrator will open an account for the Optionee to receive and trade Shares acquired under the Plan. The Optionee will be asked to agree on separate terms and data processing practices with the Stock Plan Administrator, which is a condition to the Optionee’s ability to participate in the Plan.

  • Management and Administrative Services The Investment Adviser shall perform, or arrange for its affiliates to perform, the management and administrative services necessary for the operation of the Fund, including administering shareholder accounts and handling shareholder relations. The Investment Adviser shall provide the Fund with office space, facilities, equipment and necessary personnel and such other services as the Investment Adviser, subject to review by the Board of Directors, from time to time shall determine to be necessary or useful to perform its obligations under this Agreement. The Investment Adviser, also on behalf of the Fund, shall conduct relations with custodians, depositories, transfer agents, pricing agents, dividend disbursing agents, other shareholder servicing agents, accountants, attorneys, underwriters, brokers and dealers, corporate fiduciaries, insurers, banks and such other persons in any such other capacity deemed to be necessary or desirable. The Investment Adviser generally shall monitor the Fund's compliance with investment policies and restrictions as set forth in filings made by the Fund under the federal securities laws. The Investment Adviser shall make reports to the Board of Directors of its performance of obligations hereunder and furnish advice and recommendations with respect to such other aspects of the business and affairs of the Fund as it shall determine to be desirable.

  • Administration Services The Administrator shall provide the following services, in each case, subject to the control, supervision and direction of the Fund and the review and comment by the Fund's auditors and legal counsel and in accordance with procedures which may be established from time to time between the Fund and the Administrator:

  • Stock Plan Administration Service Providers The Company transfers Data to Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxx LLC, an independent service provider, which is assisting the Company with the implementation, administration and management of the Plan. In the future, the Company may select a different service provider and share Data with such other provider serving in a similar manner. The Participant may be asked to agree on separate terms and data processing practices with the service provider, with such agreement being a condition to the ability to participate in the Plan.

  • Administrative and Accounting Services The Administrator shall perform or supervise the performance by others of other administrative services in connection with the operations of the Portfolios, and, on behalf of the Trust, will investigate, assist in the selection of and conduct relations with custodians, depositories, accountants, legal counsel, underwriters, brokers and dealers, corporate fiduciaries, insurers, banks and persons in any other capacity deemed to be necessary or desirable for the Portfolios' operations. The Administrator shall provide the Trustees of the Trust with such reports regarding investment performance and compliance with investment policies and applicable laws, rules and regulations as they may reasonably request but shall have no responsibility for supervising the performance by any investment adviser or sub-adviser of its responsibilities. The Administrator may appoint a sub-administrator to perform certain of the services to be performed by the Administrator hereunder. The Administrator shall provide the Trust with administrative services, regulatory reporting, fund accounting and related portfolio accounting services, all necessary office space, equipment, personnel, compensation and facilities (including facilities for Shareholders' and Trustees' meetings) for handling the affairs of the Portfolios and such other services as the Trustees may, from time to time, reasonably request and the Administrator shall, from time to time, reasonably determine to be necessary to perform its obligations under this Agreement. In addition, at the request of the Trust's Board of Trustees (the "Trustees"), the Administrator shall make reports to the Trustees concerning the performance of its obligations hereunder. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Administrator shall:

  • Supportive Services The program staff will be trained in and maintain professional development opportunities in how to best assess and identify when support services are needed to ensure client success. Prior to using funds for these services, GMSI will assist the client in exploration of personal resources and other community programs and in making plans for addressing ongoing needs. Although in some cases supportive services are necessary in order for customer’s to obtain and retain a job. When necessary, GMSI will provide transportation assistance, emergency childcare, clothing and emergency housing. Supportive services should be used as a tool for work. The need for these items should not interfere with a customer being successfully employed.

  • Administrative Support Employee shall be provided with office space and administrative support.